USTR could reactivate tariff cuts on more than 500 Chinese products
By Alex Lawson (October 5, 2021, 6:13 p.m. EDT) – The Biden administration said on Tuesday it could re-launch tariff cuts on 549 Chinese products as part of the broader US-China trade policy reset by the US Trade Representative Katherine Tai.
Tai said he intends to hold new negotiations with China on Monday, while maintaining duties on more than $ 300 billion in Chinese goods imposed under the Trump administration. But she also said the United States would reinstate a program offering tariff exclusions to importers who could not source elsewhere.
That process began with a Federal Register notice released on Tuesday, in which Tai’s office welcomed comments …
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